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One of my favorite books ever. I keep hoping they put it on the Kindle marketplace but they havent yet.Published 8 months ago by Amazon Customer
My, how things change, and how they stay the same.
Headcrash brings us the story of one Jack Burroughs, a sysadmin for a multinational conglomerate, who keeps his day... Read more
I enjoyed Snowcrashed as a parody of Snow Crash and cyberpunk books. I do not share other reviewer's opinion that it is better than those other books. Read morePublished on November 25, 2004 by Christopher Davis
From all the other rewiews you can see what the book is about, some applaud it others do it down.
The Humour of this book is rather good, its got a type of humour i can relate... Read more
Bruce Bethke managed to write a mostly unfunny novelization of three or four Dilbert strips. The book was relevant for some two weeks, I guess, and they were gone before the... Read morePublished on April 14, 2003 by T Galazka
The book started with some promise: the protagonist is stuck in a dead-end job that he hates, working for a boss who loathes him, and living in Mom's basement. Read morePublished on August 24, 2002
If you like sarcastic comedy then Headcrash is the book for you. I must say at times the comedy got a little annoying, but it kept me chuckling. Read morePublished on November 30, 2001 by Lorelei
This is an awfully written, witless book. The fact that it won the Philip K. Dick Award strips the prize of any credibility it used to have. Read morePublished on July 23, 2001
Neal Stephenson meets Alfred Bester and the result is quite wonderful. I read at least half of it out loud to my <long suffering> girlfriend. A *great* summer read.Published on July 24, 2000